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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 August 1846

rat.'' ' wiiittn)iiiiiM(i sMwsjrssfrslfti! The Spirit ofllie Times, llio leading Loco Toco paper of Philadelphia, publishes the following re marks on the passage ol th: new bill, enshrouded in black mourning lines : Passagk opTiir. Tauiit Hill in the Senate Tni:A9o.v tci I'rNNcn.VANul The infamy has been conumtitated I and by the vote of George Mi lib n Dallas, of Pennsylvania! Tlio old Key. stono has been blasted by the liigrnte band of a treacherous sou. Like that of him who fired llio Tpbesian dome, the fame of George M Dallas shall bo immortal immortal to execration, immortal to infamy. Tho Commonwealth that had given him birth, life, faror, wealth, station and power, called upon him to stretch forth his arm and save her ; he his answered the call as the assassin responds to the mercy cry of the helpless. Alasl poor Tenii?, sjivamai An empire within iicrscii, possessing inore of the real elements of wealth and greatness than tho entire Union besides, she lias been sacri ficed to...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 August 1846

Agricultural Department. Time or Cuttino Grain. Wo incliiio to lliink that most farmers let their small grain stanci too long before cutlinff. Winter rjo ii generally full bj the mlJdlo of July, in all parn of New Lngland. At this timo we aro nlwajs busy in having, and are loth to haro our attention divided, Probably more is lost br delay in rye, wheat, and oata, than in jierdtgrass md red-lop. When rye is cut early ay as soon as the first kernels havo hardened the straw is heavier and better, cither for fodder or bedding horses. The (rrnin is Idler and sweeter. Tho shocks will need more drying, but the labor of cradling is less, for the stalk is more erect and more easily cut ; and the grain holds on better in the head. The principal objection to early cutting is, thai iho straw and grain require moio time to dry before cutting, for when the grain is fully ripe, it may be cut and put into the barn immediately. Uul tho straw is brittle, lighter, and harder to be made into bands ; mi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 August 1846

Ucrmcmt omix St JTnmili) Newspaper, cuotc b to politics, C)omc Jubixstrji, News, SVgriai Ituvc ana (General Sntc lligcncc. VOLUME XII. BHATTLiEISOKO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. IS 46. NUMBER 61. I'UBLISII ED KVBRY TIIURSDAV DY Will, U. KYTIII.lt. OFFICE -Xo. I WHEELER'S ST0.E BCIIDIXB. Tirm. To single subscribers, $'i,00 year. To Coin, panics, and to those sreo pay in advance, t liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. Kit W.I It It KIltKLiIA'M), eotwscloc $c SUtovucn at 2Lnto, niUTTLEBOHO, VT. ICS Office, at the corner of Main and High Sl, over the Uunltslore Business attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Mom. Ilrattleboro, Dee. 50, 1813. Cm 19 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods j CHINA, CIIOCKKRY AND GLASS WARE t JUniH dtinrr, (Grocrrltc, $cc. (II ALL Turin YARIEV1E,) 4 GRANITE ItOW, Z. Dic-cimioi-. ALBIRT II. Dir Chas. B. Dat. BRATTL.I3BORO. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Iloiucopatliic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Str...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 August 1846

TWEMY-XIXTH CONGRESS. Monday, August (I. SENATE. A bill from the Hpuse to repeal ct 8d March, 1843, for relief of Slockbridgo Indians, was taken up and passed. The Judiciary Committco reported the bill from the House to protect llie rights of American citi zens in Oregon, with an amendment. The, amend mcnt ofthe House to the title of the Warehousing Bill was agreed to. The amendment of the House to the bill for payment of stolen Treasury notes was disagreed to, oil the ground that it would open the door to frauds. A new Committeo or Conference was ordered on tho army appropriation bill. Tho bill to reduce and graduate the price ofpublic lauds was then ta ken up, and after some discussion the amendment ofthe House was amended and then agreed to. The Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation Dill waa then taken up, and ml urge number of amendments reported from the Finance committee were consid ered and adopted, sevral amendments from other sources remaining to be acted upon. The Senate at 5...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 August 1846

L J VERMONT PIICENIX, ' Something irliich cmyonc can understand! Cong rut liii ilrftdy approprlitcd during ihe prrient ficMion, tt ftlr rolk'i rrqurrt, tlFTY MILLIONS rJ do! hn to pay ihe rxpfntri of administration for tli cur rent veiir 1 Thit ia nut til ; lie l.ai atked for torn- TiT..V. 7T MILLIONS tvc mikfn in nil SEt'ENV MILL' IONS t A er comfortable little mm for a Democrat to pend. The yearly eipn-e of Jnlin Quincr Adtmi ad mmiflration were altout THIRTEEN MILLIONS, yet the liOCofbcot ratted the cr of Retrenchment and lteform" on account ol hia extra tdgnntet Hut eYcn SEVENTY MILLIONS will gi,but a little way towirda paying nff the bill of the preirnt year unlrM the Mexican Waria brought It n arwcdjr termination. TJ.i Item alone la counting up at the role or HALF A MILL ION PER D.Jlnd tlitTeiai debt which we hare aim in- cd amouota io ait indefinite number of mill ion a more no one knows how many ! At ihn rate we are in a fair way of becoming bankrupt. Let the neopte look at ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 August 1846

Agricultural Department. Important Meeting of Wool-liroircrs. At a meeting of wool-growers, liolJcrt at the of. Ike of the Midiltcsev. Company, in Lowell, Mass., on the first day uf Jul 1810, representatives from the eight following Stales being present, viz : Mas sachusetts, Ncwllimpshirc, Vermont, Connecti cut, Now York, Pennsylvania, Virginia anil Ohio Samuel Lawrence, Lsn., of Massachusetts, was called to the chair, and 0. Dana, of Ohio, appoint ed Secretary. After opening tlia meeting, an im portant and tcry interesting discussion took place, on the reldttTo properties of the Sixon and Merino sheep, and more especially of their fleeces, in which Mr Hrovrn, (of the firm of Perkins St, Ilrown, of Ackron, Ohio,) as advocate for the cxcellenco of the baxon breed, mil Mr Jacob IS. Ulakeslee, 01 Connecticut, advocato Tor the excellence ol the Merino breed, largely and most interestingly partic ipated. Those gentlemen, after rarious proposi tions, with tin aid end approbation of the n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 August 1846

aaalvs7lWB r .1 IM '- - v- ,f att&prj? mttlUttt htArm family Newspaper, SDcuotc i la JMitjcs., fljojnc Jtoimotrn; News, &tjticu Ituy nui Central $)U : Utejeucc. -"! VOLUME xii. BRATTLBBOROj THURSDAY, AUGUST' 2 0, 18 .4(8. NUMBER. 52. C JSW ..riL utl H l. . PUBLISHED EVBaV THURSDAY BY Witt. 12. KYTIICK. OPFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S' STOSE BCIIDKB. Tikui. To single subscribers, )-',00 yesr. To Com. parties, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will b made. from lit ruyiuu. To Hcr," . I know a rofdt flpur'ret it. ,Thtl bloomth in doll, , Where Springtimt'i rarest Wtotlf i v -in rich profusion dwell x t And when at morn It bendelh M Uene&lh ihe ptarlj dew, II ckllrth to mjr incjr , ' TbiDeejetJrinsparentblue t Thoie ejet thit, sotlly thtded s t " ,Bj silier Uihes.lio Like woodland takea reflecting r , Thcbeauijf oftheakyf , , I taw In Flora bower The Empress of the Spring, Her aof. leaves gentlj trembling Brfnre the xe phjr's wing; And ai the young breeze woo'd her ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 August 1846

, .en." , ' t ij ttio tariff law lias not most happily realiz ed the calculations of its friends, and but to sliama the financial ignorance of thoso public men who predicted its failure t It lias not only fulfilled the cxpsctations ofiu friends, but It lias extorted horn nge from its enemies; for I think I hare ,alfeady proven lint the Administration, which is urging its repeal, obtained power from the people by feigning friendship for the principlethaljaw. Itdelail have been attacked before Ihn people, and git lias bsen plausibly urged that its imposition ofVdullcs was in some respects unjust gating oppressively upon the people. 1 think these objectioiis"vliave been successfully iiielj n Ihis'debate, and that it has been proien that consumers a?o purchasing" All the articles, about which complaint has been made, at cheaper priees than at any former period. Vet I da not contend no man on. this floor contends thit the tariff act of 1842 is aptrfect measure j and if those who complain...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 August 1846

l'?fSfe! iRaiiM!,i.liliW p mi ' . At! The iSckool Fund v 'They the uliigs re afraid lu face llio robbery ihey committed nl tho last session in. taking the ichool fund to pay the Stale debt, , , Dcnningtbh Gaxrttcj The whijjj shrink from ii'i responsibility which h jusllj llieiri. As to the abolition of the school fund, I lie? are abundantly able and willing to "lace" my locofoco upon the subject. That a robbery his comniillccl in abolishing lliis fuliil, we defy (lie (luetic or any locofoco (o prove. And as to the State debt, we should think a locofuco would be iho last to mention it. If thcro, was any Stale debt to pay, it is well knouti that debt was occasioned by the building of the Stalo House. And who, lei us inquire, werq concerned in that business I I ho State House was built and the expenses of it i in curred by I'almcr, Egerlon &. Co., the hottest lo cifocos Vermont can produce. So that, if there is anything in the abov6 chargo of the locofocos, it is hat the whigs have...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 August 1846

FrigUtWilaHd Atrocioas Crime, Our readers will have perused with feelings re horror.and incredulity the frightful dctailsbrougol ' to light by the late inquests In Norfolk, which havhj ..,. a .i l.nmh in onr naper from time tot time. The special inquiries wtiiuiiiiiuuu.stiiimiiii thought proper to set on fool have hpw '?U Milllo room for doubting that a system or wholcsalo mur der has been carried on for rears, and to an extent perhaps now hardly exactly discoverable. A labor ihi mnn, near fourscore years of age, poisons one of liis children, eight at least of his grandchildren, and his wife he Is believed to hare poisoned his father and mother: he perpetrates these atrocious crimes without suspicion or disturbance, and ap-1 parcnlly without motive; ho attends the death-beds and funerals of his victims, and conducts himself with decency and reipect j at last he takes poison! himself, requests that a relic of his wife's may be . . . n- I : .1 . ... . (t" , I , e II ' enclosed tn Ins ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 August 1846

vxi imiwiiii tl.,v.v'Ii"ii"i"Whii u'mmvilmnfj,m'W'if - - -, , --i-raT1Trr4 nMateMtir ijjgpiwifww,j('.i'ii'ii'i i.mn & JFamil Newspaper, ElcuoVe i to politics, $omc 3nbuBtrfl, News, gUjricn Uare dutr General 3ntc Utgcncc. VOIiUME XIII. KRATT&I3KORO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2.7, IS 4cT m . NUMBER 1. 1 111 UP t-JmaWmw letmTtty y hew i?fc PUBLISHED EVEIIY THURSDAY By WM, E. KYTIIEU. OFFICE Xo. 2 WHEELER'S STOSE BUILM.'U. Turn. To nn gle auliscriUcrs, $'i,00 year. To Com. psnies, and lo those who pay in advance, a liberal discount bo made Business Cards. Mi Mi ltll MIMllMCMj.l.-YMt, (CotuiBtlov & Slttovucg nt anto, DllATTLEDOItO, VT. ttr OlTico, at the corner of Main anil High Su, over tlie Bookstore BusineM attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Man. Ilrattleboro, Dee. 30, 1845. Cm 19 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DKALI'.KS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods j CHINA, CnoCKCItY AND CLASS WAKE; tHatU ffiL nrr, (Sroccrfcs, &c. (is ALL TllrlR VARIETIES,) 4 GRANI...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 August 1846

imemaj From the N. Y. Tribune. Cfese of the Session. Eight wear montht ind more hie rolled away about six ind thirty weeks since a Congress strongly Loco Foco in both branches assembled at Washington to co-operate with Mr Polk in carry ing on the Government. They found the Country enjoying Peace and Properily its Labor compar atively well employed and fairly rewarded the products of its divers ififd and expanding Industry commanding fair prices in nearly every department building, improving, file, every where aclirr? or checked only by the apprehension of what this same Congress might do the Revenue confessedly abun dant (foo abundant, the Executive journals appre hended,) and the Public Debt created during the last experiment at depriving of Protection our great Industrial Interests, rapidly diminishing and about to be extinguished, while the Treasury boasted a daily increasing surplus of Ten Millions. Eight month of uncurbed Locofuco rule hare sufficed to changa entirely the aspec...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 August 1846

'mm' i i mil Hi .BiirniHiiiiir iJa1. j VERMONT PHCENIX. iy Tlit I'lioonU will not be putili.li.il well week unlit TkuriJay nfltmtnn. Atl Valorem 1 Duties. The I.ocoroco tri; attrmpllns to auatain llie ad tatortm principle mti'ptrd Into the new iarlli", byquou inn largely from Hie icrchn nl Henry Clay lima at tempting la aliow that tho opposition of the Wlilga to ihl feature o! the bill I) a new thing, not heard of until within a lew months. '1 hey are about as honest, in this as in every thine It lru0 'I"1 c'ay ni.nrovi'J of at valorem duties In many case, but the .lilti-irncc between his system ami that aJuiiled Into the new IarilT bill, Is as great as is the difletenco be- tnren black and while, Mr Clay advocated nil val' orem Julie, tut they were to lie levied on the 6 nil's of Home valuation. Tlie new bill levies the uutieson the Fobcigh tedualion or invoice. Ily Mr Clay'i plan the same end tvould be attained in one trspert it b specific duties, vlzs all opiioitunity for Iraud w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 August 1846

Agricultural Department. ;ljIc .llolasscs. Most of our sweet apples are cither nmmer or fall'fruit, nnil of course caunot be preserved for win ter use. They tuuit therefore bs fed but to cattle or hogs, or made into cider, or dried. The follow ing method of making molasses from sweet apples which we find in transactions of the N. Y. Stnle Agricultural Society may be of somcc to romo of our readers. Mulasscs, partaking slightly of the flavor of new cider, is obtained by boiliug down me iresiuy ex. pressed jnico of sweet apples, and i not less agree able to most palates than cane molasses, and equal 1 useful for most numosea of cookery. A belter mode, however, of making it, is to nljen the annles in a hoirshcad made tight for the purpose and subject them to the operations of eteam. The saccharine Juico soon begins to ooze from them, and drops down into a vessel ( broad tin pan is best eoierinir the bottom of tho hogshead and placed thero for tint purpose, from which it runs nil', evap...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 September 1846

', !,v ' r " 'r vwipsp" 0i mimfim mm CI jfamiln Newspaper, HDcuotc b to Politics, Hjornc 3uonstrn, Ncius, Signal Itttrc aub (cttctal 3ntc Ijjcjcncc. VOLUME XIII. Bit ATILEBOIIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 18 4G. IV UMBER 2. ... t r I' " I'll.. I t. f pi - . -wiM' t'cnuout SB I-UOLISIIED EVERY T II U US 0 A Y 11 Y Will, U. ltVTIIUK. 0PriCE--Xo. J WHEELER'S STOXE BCILDIXU. Trims. To .ingle ulucriliers, $'J,00 a, year. To Com panies, and (a those ha ijr in advance, a libril discount will be made. Business Cards. CCouuffdov $c Stttovucj? at &nto, BRJ1TTLEDORO, VT. B3 Office, it the earner or Main and High St, over the Bookstore Business attended lo in the counties ol Cheshire, N. 11., and Franklin, Mass. Brattlebpro, Dee, SO, IS43. Cm ID DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DF.AtiKRS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods CHINA, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE; 3nrti Wnic, (Gi'octrfrs, Set, (II ALL THtm VARlEtlti.) 4 GRANITE ROW, ALBI.BTlI.DtT, rum. n. djt BRATTIjISBOUO. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M, D., Homeopathic...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 September 1846

OtEaort-. Every thine In relation to this newly established territory of our country it of Interest. The roll or emigration, traversing across the conti nent, when it reaches the Pacific, finds a limit. The prospects of the settler in this new country have been variously estimated, hut we hare seen none more fair than those presented by a letter from a M r Wesley Shannon, of some one of iho north western states, to his father, who has communicat ed it to the Washington Union. It is dated at Oregon Territory, February 3, 18-10, and conveys much useful information to those who intend to follow after him : Wo arrived in this, the first division of the territo ry, safely, on tho last day of September, though that was much in advance of the emigration gener ally. In company with a few others, with only fire wagons, we procured two boats at Fort Nes I'erces, or Wallawalla, and descended the great river of the West to Linton, a place named in honor of the lato celebrated Senator from Misso...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 September 1846

VERMONT PIICENIX, , Election Returns. We give belsw ill the returns received up (a (ho lime of otni to press. Slirliterrore will probably be delected in oar taUca, owing to theinoomptetenesaof the re lurna from oine of Ihe town, but we believe they are very nearly cor rrcl. Thr remit so fir as known li til we could with, and much more fatoralile than we expected. The entire Sena torial ticket Tor this county is circled by a handeoma plu rality, and Mr Henry la undoubtedly elected to Coagre.s by about the uiuat majority. JtOTA I.OCOFOCO HEl'ItE. AEJtTATlPR HAS BKCfT ELECTED W IFLVDIIAM COV.YTVt If the other counties ban done sa well aa Old WinMam, ear Slate" Ticket U elected by handsome majority ovrr both Locofocoa and Abolitloniats. FOR GOVERNOR. 184K5. 1815. smnvttitv. Brattleboro, Dsmmeratoti, Quilford, Halifax, Putney, Vernon, Wcatmintter, Wilmington, Newfane, titration, Towmhend, Ward-boro, Rnckingbani, Windham, Whig. Loco. Abo. Whig. Loco. Abo. EtlM, StniA. Brain. Staid, Ketl'f...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 September 1846

7(lnriZultural Department. ' Summer Sowing. Wo again remind out teJer that August is the best month In the twelve for sowing grass seeds. Now your teams are strong now you keep them at the least expense now jou haro leisure to at. tenjl to the business now your plough buries a mass of matter that would all disappear before another April now you snlother hosts of insects that will be beyond your reach in a month now jou can turn even furrows on lands that you can not touch in the spring or late in autumn now your hay seed, (your hcrdsgrass and red top) arc fresh and roady to be threshed now your seeds will have a decided advantage over the weeds, for the frost will take these while your grass continues to grow till winter. And now, be it noted, is the season when grass seed is sown by nature. Some of you are aware that we are repeating the old story, but von must know that we hare many new readers, nnd that many of our old ones did not much regard what wo urged in favor of "the new s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 September 1846

limn out SI Jfamilji Newspaper, HDcuotc b to politics, $omc Jndustvji, News, SVgvtcu Ituvc anb encircl Sutc llijgcncc. VOLUME XIII. UK A TTLEIiOUO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER lO, 18 46. NUMBER 3. PUBLISHED i:VCRV THURSDAY BY W3I. 13. KYTI1EK. OPFICE So. i ttllEELEH'S STONE BOILDIXH. TtRM!. To .ingle iulsctiben, $2,00 year. To Com. panies, and to Ihoio who pay in advance, t liberal discount will be mad?. Business Cards. EDIV.llCIf KIRKLAJVM), erounortot; $c SUtociuj? at Unto, bj?.tti.:boho, rr. K3- Office, at the corner or Main tnd High Sti, over the Bookstore Business attended to In the counties ol Cheshire, N. ., and Franklin, Mass. Brattleboro, Dee. 30, 1845. Cml9 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Jliava VL'nxe, (Srocrrfrs, Set. (ik all Timn ramttiri,) 4 GRANITE ROW, ' 7.. Dicxisrox, -) AlltltT d!dIt. 5 UltATTJUKBOKO. Cms. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 September 1846

.H.iilll(.y)t'IW Jll I 11,0 I,! Iowa n StaU'-l'atliolJc Collcgp. Duntqut:, Iowa, Aug. 10, 1810. 'I'll? returns of the election held during the pres. rut month in tins Territory are just in The Denv ncratic ticket is elected in a majority ol tho coun ties. 11 u l "lint gave the cjilct interest to this elec tion was the fact that the voters were called upon o decide upon the question or the ratification of he Constitution Jor the future StatcaUQ'tits, which the. t'nnzrcst has sanctioned. The Constitution hat betn adopted by a majority of fit hundred voles, and Ioiya in Now a Siate, to all intents and purpos es. To consumatc this wotk It only how remains to elect the State officers. For this purpose it is the duly of tho Governor to issue his proclamation fixing a day of election, and which it is supposed will bo in October. Then a Governor, two repre sentatives to Congress, and other minor officers are to be chosen, together with the members of the Legislature, which is to meet within...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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